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Staying in Touch: November 2008

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November 2008 / Heshvan 5769

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How did November come so quickly? It seems like our students just left for campus yesterday and now they are headed home for the Thanksgiving holiday. This issue of Staying in Touch has information about our spring break volunteer program in New Orleans. We hope you will share this with your college-age students as they begin to make their plans for the spring. Happy Thanksgiving!.


Gulf Coast Relief: KESHER’s Alternative Spring Break in New Orleans
This The work is not yet done! For only $99, have your college-age congregants join KESHER, in partnership with the Religious Action Center, as we continue Judaism’s commitment to tikkun olam.  During this six day trip, March 15-20, 2009, your college-age congregants will work side-by-side with other students from across the country, making a difference and continuing the much-needed work repairing the South. Registration opens on December 1st!  In the meantime, please have interested applicants sign-up to be notified when registration goes live .

HUC Youth Programs
The Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion sponsors exciting events for high school and college students. Their dynamic study weekends provide hundreds of young people opportunities for deeper Jewish learning in a progressive Jewish environment. Participants study with HUC-JIR faculty and students at the historic Cincinnati campus of the HUC-JIR.  Additionally, HUC is offering 2 Open houses for perspective students concurrently in Cincinnati, New York and Los Angeles.

Inyan Israeli
Israel Thing, or "Inyan Israeli" in Hebrew, is a weekly blog written from a Reform liberal and Israeli perspective about ongoing events in Israel. This weekly blog is Hanan Cidor’s, Shaliach to KESHER, way to share, with those who are interested, his thoughts about issues and developments that he feels are important and to have his opinion or take on them.  URJ College Programs invites you and your college-age congregants to subscribe to Hanan’s weekly blog to keep connected to Israel.  Please visit http://keshercollege.org/israel/israelthing/ to read the most current version of Inyan Israeli.

Hillel Guide to Jewish life on Campus

 

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